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Contribution of common non-synonymous variants in PCSK1 to body mass index variation and risk of obesity: a systematic review and meta-analysis with evidence from up to 331 175 individuals

Faul, Jessica Danielle; Weir, David R; Price, Richard H; Miller, Reuben J.; Kardia, Sharon R.; Weiss, Sarah; Nead, K T; Li, A; Wehner, M R; Neupane, B; Gustafsson, S; Butterworth, A; Engert, J C; Davis, A D; Hegele, R A; den Hoed, M; Khaw, K T; Kilpelainen, T O; Wareham, N; Edwards, T L; Hallmans, G; Varga, T V; Zhao, W; Mi, J; Xi, B; Quinteros, S C; Cooper, C; Sayer, A A; Jameson, K; Grontved, A; Fornage, M; Sidney, S; Hanis, C L; Highland, H M; Haring, H U; Heni, M; Lasky-Su, J; Gerhard, G S; Still, C; Melka, M M; Pausova, Z; Paus, T; Grant, S F; Hakonarson, H; Wang, K; Scherag, A; Hebebrand, J; Hinney, A; Franks, P W; Frayling, T M; McCarthy, M I; Hirschhorn, J N; Loos, R J; Ingelsson, E; Gerstein, H C; Yusuf, S; Beyene, J; Anand, S S; Meyre, D. (2015). Contribution of common non-synonymous variants in PCSK1 to body mass index variation and risk of obesity: a systematic review and meta-analysis with evidence from up to 331 175 individuals. Human molecular genetics. 24(12), 3582-3594.